KARACHI: Sindh Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah visited the injured of Quetta blast at Aga Khan hospital and inquired their health. He assured them his full support and cooperation of his government. He prayed for their early recover.The chief minister was accompanied by provincial ministers, Manzoor Wassan, Dr Sikander Mendhro and his advisor on Law Murtaza Wahab. Chief Minister Syed Murad Ali Shah talked to Kamran Murtaza , the former President of SCBA and assured him that his government was providing necessary security of lawyers community and judiciary. He also talked to Vice President Sindh Bar Council Salahuddin Ahmed and general secretary Sindh High Court Bar Association Mubin Lakho on security arrangements made by his government. Meanwhile, Syed Murad Ali Shah visited entry and exit points of the city courts buildings and issued necessary directives. Additional IG Karachi Mushatq Maher briefed the chief minister about security measures he has taken. The chief minister stopped at Paper market and expressed his displeasure to see a garbage along the road. “I would again visit this area, if similar conditions are found I would take serious action,” he warned the concerned DMC. He also stopped at DJ Science College while coming back from CM House. He met with the Principal of the college and told him that he had received education from the college. “The college attracted me when I was returning from city a court, that’s why I stopped here,” he told principal.